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Inheritance law – part III – waiver of succession

Inheritance law – part III – waiver of succession

As mentioned in the article „Inheritance law – part II – acceptance of succession”, heir may accept the succession with unlimited liability for debts (direct acceptance), or accept the succession with limited liability for debts (succession under the benefit of inventory), or waive the succession. Waiver of succession may have different causes, as for example, […]

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Inheritance law – part II – acceptance of succession

Inheritance law – part II – acceptance of succession

Succession as previously mentioned, are all the property rights and obligations of the deceased. Heirs may submit appropriate declarations which, depending on circumstances and heirs’ will, may be direct acceptance of succession, acceptance of succession under benefit of inventory or waiver of the succession.

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Inheritance law – Part I – confirmation of inheritance acquisition

Inheritance law – Part I – confirmation of inheritance acquisition

The rights and obligations concerning the property of the testator, at the time of his death, transfers to one or more persons, his successors. Polish civil law distinguishes two grounds for inheritance – based on the last will and on the basis of the law. Regardless to the basis of the inheritance, the court, at […]

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Securing claims in divorce proceeding

Securing claims in divorce proceeding

Divorce proceedings often last many months. As previously mentioned in the article “Divorce – where to start?” in this proceeding many issues relating to the spouses and minor children of the parties are resolved. Securing claims in divorce proceeding is very important to counteract a suspension in recognized case and would create a temporary state […]

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Issue a passport to a minor child

Issue a passport to a minor child

The matter of passports and hence the issue a passport to a minor child is regulated by the Act of 13 July 2006 on the passport documents. According to the article 3 of this Act every Polish citizen has the right to obtain a passport. Deprivation or restriction of this right can take place only […]

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A leave from the serving of the penalty of imprisonment

A leave from the serving of the penalty of imprisonment

A leave from the serving of the penalty of imprisonment, may be granted only after start of the detention. It is being granted in case of mental illness or other serious illness which prevents the exercise of that penalty – for the duration of the obstacle. Similarly as in the postponement of execution of a […]

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Postponement of execution of a final sentence of imprisonment

Postponement of execution of a final sentence of imprisonment

As a rule, imprisonment, which was legally imposed should be executed, and a convict placed in a penitentiary institution. Postponement of execution of a final sentence of imprisonment constitutes a derogation from the principle of immediate and continuous execution.

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Parole in Poland

Parole in Poland

Parole may be granted to a person who is serving a sentence of imprisonment. The person serving a sentence may be released from serving the balance of the penalty, only when their attitude, personal characteristics, circumstances of the crime and their behaviour after commitment of the crime and during the imprisonment justify the belief that […]

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Parental authority – part 2 – Parental plan

Parental authority – part 2 – Parental plan

Parental plan is an institution of family law, which according to article 107 of Family and Guardianship Code is a condition of leaving the parental authority to both parents who live separately.

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Parental authority – part 1 – the way of exercise of parental authority

Parental authority – part 1 – the way of exercise of parental authority

Cases of regulating how parental authority is to be exercised is an example of a family proceedings that may be initiated both upon request and ex officio. Parental authority may be the subject to judicial proceedings only in relation to minor children, and the court determines the way in which the parental authority is exercised […]

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